Recruiting Recap 1/18

Welcome to another edition of the recruiting recap! Thanks for stopping by, and I hope everyone had a great MLK Holiday Weekend! Today we are going over all of the offers, commitment, players heating up, and of course our sleeper of the day! So scroll down below, and see all of the recruiting action that went down over the last few days. – David


COMMITS

Myles Oliver
2022 Douglas Co.
Clemson

Kam Edge
2022 Benedictine
Army

Amari White
2022 Cartersville
Shorter

Jakobe Gadsden
2022 Benedictine
The Citadel

Toriano Bias
2022 New Hampstead
LaGrange

Brayden Mauldin
2022 Paulding Co.
Georgia Military College

Zac Pardue
2022 Gordon Central
Anderson Univ.

Christian Lewis
2022 Calhoun
Berry

Brandon Moss
2022 Fayette Co.
Western Kentucky PWO





OFFERS

Whit Weeks
2023 Oconee Co.
Georgia

Branden Strozier
2023 St. Francis
Kentucky

Asher West
2022 Denmark
Culver-Stockton

Myles Oliver
2022 Douglas Co.
Clemson

Nolan McCamy
2022 Newton
Dayton

Zech Ellis
2022 Glynn Acd.
Trine

Barrett Schmidlkofer
2022 Starr’s Mill
Mercer PWO

Toris Mathis
2022 Machester
Point

Ethan Ramos
2022 South Gwinnett
Concordia-Chicago

Jeremiah Telander
2023 Gainesville
Eastern Michigan

Vince Hill
2022 Creekside
Central State

Tucker Cleary
2022 Social Circle
Centre

Javier Favors
2022 Central-Tolbotton
Point & McPherson College

Ashlynd Barker
2022 Northside-COL
NMMI

Randall Dennis
2022 Archer
Arkansas PWO

Audrick Fuller
2022 Bradwell Institute
LaGrange

Jordan Stubbs
2022 Perry
McPherson

Deuce Petty
2022 Warner Robins
Tuskegee

Lamirion Solomon
2022 Jones Co.
Lake Forest College

Tarance Breedlove
2022 Loganville
Mount Marty Univ.

Kayden Richardson
2022 Milton
Mercer PWO



Cam DeBose
2022 St. Pius
St. Norbert

JaQualyn Mayhall
2022 Cartersville
Edward Waters

Richard Huth
2022 Mountain View
Lindsey Wilson

Kayden McDonald
2023 North Gwinnett
Vanderbilt & Oklahoma

Kyle Cartwright
2022 Tattnall Co.
LaGrange

Dontavious Harris
2022 Chatt Co.
LaGrange

Pattrick Shelley
2022 Darlington
Mercer

Tillman Weaver
2021 Riverwood Alum
Gardner Webb & Jax State

Jamal Anderson
2023 Mill Creek
South Florida

Nakai Poole
2023 Norcross
Boston College & Ole Miss

Jacob Brim
2022 Lee Co.
The Citadel PWO

Mikeal Sullivan
2022 North Augusta
Presbyterian

Tyler Swann
2022 Pebblebrook
Trine & Culver-Stockton

Jylan Thomas
2022 Mt. Paran
Trine

Jaylen Priester
2022 Hiram
West Georgia

Cal Jacchia
2022 South Forsyth
Berry

Justin Tita
2022 Stockbridge
Trine

Alan Vincente
2022 Claxton
Trine

Jaquavious Lattimore
2022 Swainsboro
Trine

Johnathan Cline
2023 Cartersville
Eastern Michigan

Joseph Stone
2024 Grayson
Arizona

Caleb Downs
2023 Mill Creek
Oklahoma

Ezra Okinjor
2023 Allatoona
Coastal Carolina

Michael Davis
2022 Allatoona
Sterling College

Jakorrian Peake
2022 Fitzgerald
Southwestern College

Cameron Edwards
2022 South Effingham
Mercer

Jace Ward
2023 McEachern
Hawaii



Nathan Efobi
2023 South Forsyth
Louisville & East Carolina

Dwayne Rowe
2022 Long Co.
Ohio Northern

Victor Walls
2022 Chamblee
McPherson College

Jakobe Gadsden
2022 Benedictine
The Citadel

Christian Barr
2022 Carrollton
Point

Jean Richemond
2022 Gainesville
Culver-Stockton

DJ Miller
2022 Gainesville
Culver-Stockton


HEATING UP

Nathan Efobi
2022 South Forsyth

Efobi has been slowly accruing offers from FBS programs recently. The 6’4″ 285 lbs. two-way lineman has seen offers from Miami, East Carolina, and Louisville since the start of the year. They join Liberty, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, and Georgia who offered back in 2021. Efobi is a high-upside athlete with good power while engaged and a really wide frame to add weight. We suspect his best football is up ahead at the offensive guard position in college. Efobi is an excellent student with a 3.8 GPA. We suspect more FBS schools to start offering very soon here.






SLEEPER OF THE DAY

Juwan Johnson
2022 Calvary Day

Johnson has been on the radar for a few years now, despite his team’s continuous noise making in Class A private. He’s a smart DB, gets very good positioning and is able to read the football from a distance. Johnson uses his high IQ to anticipate the direction of the pass and has the awareness to get his head around and make a play on the football. He is on the lighter side, but still an efficient tackler in 1v1 situations. He’s even taken a nice jump his senior year, and really developing into a good open-field tackler. Johnson has okay straight-line speed. His quickness is solid, but he might be served to play either safety or NB. He’s definitely a solid football player, and you can understand the FCS interest. We are very encouraged by the more explosive plays in his senior film. I definitely like his strong academics, just a really smart student-athlete who makes things happen and doesn’t give up on any play, plus he shows the versatility to play multiple DB spots. Overall, his upside is best at FS at the next level, and though his frame is a little undersized, we really like his football IQ and the improvement he made with his physicality on the field during the 2021 season. Both Mercer and Samford offered late in the season. Johnson was a first team All-State selection and turned out 5 interceptions on the season.

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